The question “why do you want this job” could be one of the trickiest questions you could be asked in an interview. However, there are some great answers that could make you win the interviewer over.
Sometimes, getting or losing the job could lie in how you answer the questions asked.
1. Look for positive reasonsRead more...
Larissa Uwase is a co-founder of Carl Group, an agricultural-based organisation that aims at adding value to different agricultural products. The firm hopes to produce and introduce many nutritious products made from local crops on the market in a bid to improve the health of Rwandans. Uwase spoke to Donah Mbabazi about the inspiration behind this initiative, and plans for the future.
As co-founder of Carl Group, what was behind the inspiration to start an agriculture-focused firm?Read more...
The Young People and Women Entrepreneurs are encouraged to exploit business opportunities available in Country, like easy doing of business, good governance, security, infrastructures to create productive employment which will result into economic growth.
Nzeyimana Jean Bosco ni umusore wo mu Karere ka Nyamagabe mu Murenge wa Kitabi.
Yize ibijyanye n’imicungire y’umutungo (Business Administration), yashinze ikigo yise “Habona Ltd”gikora ibijyanye no gukusanya imyanda mu mujyi wa Nyamagabe kikayibyazamo ibicanwa birimo amakara azwi nka ‘Briquettes’, zitangiza ibidukikije, biogas yo gutekesha n’ifumbire y’imborera ifasha abahinzi guhinga neza.Read more...
A Rwandan young graduate has fabricated an automatic user friendly hand washing unit that can be used in families and public venues.
Lambert Ruringana 20, a graduate from Nyanza Polytechnic institute in Southern Province is worried about securing a job after school.
Last year, before graduation day, Ruringana invited two classmates Derrick Shema and Yves Nasenge. They brainstormed on several ideas but zeroed in on making automated electric cooking stoves.Read more...
When Ishimwe Yvette’s family relocated from Kigali to Kayonza District, the experience was overwhelming, making it hard for them to settle in, particularly because the place was dry and had no access to clean water for home use. The challenge was, however, seen by Ishimwe as an opportunity to serve her community and also make some money in the process, writes Pontian Kabeera.Read more...
La Première Dame du Rwanda S.E. Jeannettte Kagame (à gauche) avec Jules Ndahayo, DG de Umutanguha Finance (au centre) et le Ministrre de la jeunnesse Jean Philbert Nsengimana lors de la remise de trophée en 2015
La politique nationale de microfinance au Rwanda, dont l'objectif consiste à permettre aux institutions de microfinance de rendre à la population rwandaise des services d'intermédiation financière accessibles, durables, sécuritaires et adaptés à leurs besoins.Read more...
Two years ago, a young woman named Michele Hansen spotted a job opening that piqued her interest. She wasn’t qualified—the posting was for a product manager at an investment company, and she had no experience in financial services.Read more...